Mantis Civilianaire Damascus Coin Knife-KnifeCenter Exclusive!

Batten down the hatches-the perfect storm of Mantis Knives design, brilliant Damascus steel, and KnifeCenter bling have come together to form the awesome Mantis Civilianaire with exclusive KnifeCenter logo-personally machined by Mantis owner Jared West. These coin-sized knives sport 0.75″ stainless Damascus steel hawkbill blades; great for opening boxes, letters, or just showing off to your friends! Limited to just 250 pieces, these made-in-the-USA beauties are truly gems. Pick yours up today exclusively at!

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Mantis Civilianaire Coin Knife- Revolutionary!

Mantis Coin Knife
Mantis Civilianaire Coin Knife- Revolutionary!
Mantis Knives– one of the most innovative companies we have ever seen, produces a “revolutionary” product- the Coin Knives. OK, Revolutionary is a play on the fact that these are round, but they are, indeed game changing. They’re small blades that fold into the coin sized handles and can be carried in the coin pocket of jeans. Nobody really uses those pockets anyway, and here is a great use for them! The blades are stainless damascus steel and the handles are G-100 Fiberware (G-10 type material). The blades come out hawkbilled style and are effective for opening packages or envelopes -ie 90% of the tasks for which most of us need a knife. The Civilianaire is based off a Warren Thomas Coin knife design. The coin knife is not a new concept. This version is beyond anything we have seen, however.
So, these are easy to carry, are made of the finest materials and sell for a very reasonable price- what are you waiting for- order one now!
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Mantis MU-6 Cyclops

Mantis MU-6 Cyclops Neck Knives
Mantis MU-6 Cyclops Neck Knives
Mantis Knives releases a great necklace tool. Sometimes a funky looking necklace is actually a wicked-cool concealed neck knife with a really cool opening mechanism and availability in a bunch of colors! These take some getting used to, but, once you understand the way they work, they are really cool.
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